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Description: My Primary Year 2 school boy is seen as an extremist by school staff.

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Offline boatwana

Child Persecution In School
« on: January 23, 2017, 12:36:34 PM »

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I have a 6yr old boy who attends a Catholic school in Coventry. I was called in by staff that my boy has been preaching to his peers and praying during break times. The teachers claim that his knowledge of the bible is extreme and have reported the matter to social care who will be assigning a social worker to investigate the matter. they confirm that it is not affecting his academics but friends are not playing with him during play times. The school authorities are suggesting that he may be autistic which I rejected in Jesus name.
My wife and I have prayed about this and we believe that God will avenge and be victorious for His glory.
Please remember us in prayers and if any be directed by the word of Wisdom, Knowledge or lead by the Holy Spirit, please feel free to support us.



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Offline John

Re: Child Persecution In School
« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2017, 03:02:22 PM »
Welcome boatwana,
                                Why is your son preaching to his 6 year old peers?

If you are being entangled in the red tape of social workers I would strongly suggest that you start checking and recording what your child does. I would also suggest getting an expert in autism to see your child and pay for a report on his 'autistic' state.

The system assume that you are guilty and expects you to prove otherwise.

So document his interaction with other children of his age, document his education, hissocial skills etc etc
Get advise on his mental state and get reports, keep talking to the school, attend every meeting, ask what they mean by what they are saying.

One last thing, if you say to his teachers/social workers that you reject what they are saying in Jesus's name.
They will record the fact the you will not face reality and that you are obseive about religion.

That means if your child is autistic they will be seeking to remove him from the care of parents who cannot cope with reality.

Offline boatwana

Re: Child Persecution In School
« Reply #2 on: January 23, 2017, 05:33:54 PM »
Wow,
Thanks very much John for your comprehensive response.
I believe he is preaching because he was moved from a multi-faith school to a catholic school where he is seeing all the statues and the cross of Jesus and feels it is appropriate to talk about it.
Surely, I will take your advice and get all the necessary tests and checks done on him and document some social activities.
With rejecting it in Jesus name was not said in their presence but I did say that I doubt if he is autistic.
I will cooperate with their procedure to see what support mechanism will be put in place. Again with an oral report from social care, the school used strong words such as the child has "extreme" belief and "CHANT" instead of saying praying.

Thanks once again and God richly bless you John.

Boatwana.

 

Offline John

Re: Child Persecution In School
« Reply #3 on: January 23, 2017, 05:49:27 PM »
Hopefully I've over reacted and a chat with your doctor will settle the matter decisively.

Online Mountain Goat

Re: Child Persecution In School
« Reply #4 on: May 08, 2017, 10:15:32 PM »
Should there be teachers in catholic schools who don't believe in God? Surely it should be a condition of employment?
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Offline Tes Johnson

Re: Child Persecution In School
« Reply #5 on: May 09, 2017, 01:15:49 AM »
bumping topic

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